How to automate any trading scenario using TradingView alerts and


The examples presented in this article are only to be regarded as a technical demonstration when used with the trading system. Accordingly, these examples should not in any way be construed as a recommendation for any type of trading strategy and they do not constitute any form of advice as to the advisability of investing by the use of any trading strategy. Any Investor who uses a trading strategy must build a trading strategy on the basis of independent testing and according to their specific requirements and needs.

Did you know you can automate any trading scenario from TradingView using zero coding?
Our latest addition to the code-free trading automation suite, enables traders with no technical background to easily create automated trading strategies based on TradingView Alerts!

This means a new world of possibilities, as EVERYTHING in TradingView can now be used to test and automate your trading plan using everyday English.



First, what is a TradingView Alert?

TradingView allows the creation of alerts based on any of the chart’s visual elements; lines, prices, indicators, but also sending alerts via the Pine script.
TradingView Webhook is a way of sending a message to a third party when an alert has been triggered.

How does a TradingView alert webhook works?

With any TradingView alert, you can select ‘Webhook URL’ under ‘Alert Actions’.

Once selecting this option, you need to provide the webhook URL and message.
The webhook URL is the address to which the alert will be sent. The message is the content of the alert.


How to add a TradingView alert to your automated trading strategy on

On the wizard, add the condition ‘Webhook’ to your trading strategy:


Adding a TradingView webhook to trading automation platform

Once you write ‘Webhook’, you will receive a URL & unique message that refers solely to this webhook condition. Copy them into the required fields on the trading-view alert interface when defining the webhook. Now, when the alert triggers, your strategy condition related to this webhook will be triggered.


Let’s demonstrate with a VWAP trading strategy as an example

VWAP (volume-weighted average price) is a technical indicator used at times when looking to buy into the market below the markets’ average price, and sell above the markets’ average price. Using this logic, we can consider the following conditions as our trading strategy:


  1. I will go long (buy) each time the price trades below the lower band of the VWAP indicator.
  2. I would seek an entry after the first hour of the trading session, when the price settles, and up until 15:00 eastern time


  1. I want to close the trade when the price crosses above the higher VWAP band or at a stop-loss of 5%
  2. A trade will not remain open after the market official trading session


This is how the trade would look like on TradingView Charts:

Automating a VWAP trading strategy using TradingView alerts and



In order to automate this trading strategy, we should follow these steps:

  1. Set the appropriate entry strategy on the wizard:

    “Between 10:30 AM and 15:00 eastern time if Webhook triggers buy 30 MRNA”

  2. Click the word Webhook and then copy the URL and Message (MSG1)
  3. Automated trading strategy using TradingView webhook on
  4. Open TradingView and setup a TradingView alert:
    • Add the VWAP indicator to your chart of choice 
    • Open the Alert menu and set the trading-view alert:

      Asset = MRNA
      Crossing Down
      VWAP, Lower Band

      TradingView alert on MRNA

    • Under “Options” choose “Once per bar” as we want it to trigger more than once (also in future bars) and ultimately create multiple trades over time. At the same time, we don’t wish to send more than 1 alert per bar.
      It is better if we choose a chart time frame that is smaller than 1 hour.
      Setting a TradingView alert
    • Under Alert Actions choose “Webhook URL” and paste the address you copied on step 3.
      Adding a webhook action to a tradingview alert in order to automate it with
    • On the message section, paste MSG1 you copied on step 3
      Adding a message to a tradingview alert webhook
    • Click “Create”
  5. Set the appropriate entry strategy on the wizard:

    “Close position if Webhook triggers or at loss of 5% or at 15:59 eastern time”

  6. Copy the URL and message (MSG2)
  7. Open TradingView and setup the exit Webhook trigger – follow the same process but now for when price crosses above the upper VWAP.
  8. Paste the URL and MSG2 under the Webhook URL section
    Create a tradingview alert on MRNA
  9.  Go back to, and set the strategy to run in loop mode (so it can continuously enter and exit the trade automatically)
  10. Click ‘Next’ and verify your strategy on the confirmation page
  11. Test your strategy risk-free using Simulation mode, or run it live and let execute your trades directly via your trading account.



  • While a strategy is on the entry phase, any webhook message received which belongs to the exit will be ignored. And vice versa, while a strategy is on the exit phase, any webhook message received which belongs to the entry will be ignored
  • Whenever a message is received for a certain webhook, that webhook condition will remain triggered until the entire strategy moves to the next phase (From entry to exit and vice versa)


Controlling multiple strategies from one alert

The Webhook is a powerful feature that opens up many opportunities, one of those is the option to trigger multiple automated strategies from a single alert. This option can be used to:

  1. Trigger multiple conditions in multiple strategies I own:
    For example, I can manage 2 identical strategies, one could be connected to my Binance account and the second one connected to my Interactive Brokers account. This way I can create a scenario that once triggered will buy 0.5 BTC/USDT in my Binance account and at the same time, buy 5,000 USD of GBTC in my Interactive Brokers account.
  2. Risk management :
    We can close all of our positions across all of our accounts with a single trigger.
  3. Managing trades for others:
    If you are a licensed money manager, you can manage multiple clients’ strategies.
    The client should provide you with a webhook ID from his strategy, and you can manage his trading by sending a TradingView alert to this webhook.
    And you can do that to multiple parties at the same time. Importantly, your clients keep full control of trade size, switching between simulated and real trading, and whether to keep running or stopping this automated managed strategy.



How does it work?

You see, the message we send is of a JSON type, in this JSON we send a list of IDs, This list can (and most times) be with just 1 ID, or, it can have multiple IDs.

  • A message containing 1 ID:
    {“alertId”: “3a89741a-2cea-49c9-a4ce-aef2840738c5”}
  • A message containing multiple IDs:
    {“alertIds”: [“38bb324b-4c2c-4582-b4be-bfecf534eda8”, “d2425ea0-e1b8-4554-a8e0-f2c658899283″,”3a89741a-2cea-49c9-a4ce-aef2840738c5”]}

When sending multiple Webhook IDs, we can trigger many conditions at the same time.


To summarize

There are several ways in which we can use TradingView alerts for trading automation:

  • On the position Entry stage
  • On the position Exit stage
  • On both stages
  • Combining it with other conditions
  • Building scenarios with multiple Webhooks
  • Creating an entry and exit stages that only have webhook as a condition – by this, you are basically using connectivity to multiple brokers as an execution agent while managing the execution timing all by yourself.


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